Countries With Highest Food Inflation - Top 10 World

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Food Inflation Latest Reference
Angola
Congo
Egypt
Libya
Mozambique
Sierra Leone
South Sudan
Suriname
Syria
Venezuela

South Sudan Food Inflation was last reported at 334.90 percent. Source: National Bureau of Statistics, South Sudan. Forecast: 323.96 percent.
Venezuela Food Inflation stands at 315.00 percent. Source: Banco Central De Venezuela. 2007=100. Forecast: 332.83 percent.
Suriname Food Inflation latest value is 130.70 percent. Source: Statistics Suriname. 2016=100. Forecast: 131.13 percent.
Syria Food Inflation was last reported at 64.20 percent. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Syrian Arab Republic. 2010=100. Forecast: 63.37 percent.
Congo Food Inflation stands at 57.80 percent. Source: Banque Centrale du Congo. 12/2012=100. Forecast: 62.2 percent.
Egypt Food Inflation latest value is 40.30 percent. Source: Central Bank of Egypt. 2010M1=100. Forecast: 38.62 percent.
Luanda Food Inflation was last reported at 32.62 percent. Source: Instituto Nacional de Estatística, Angola. 2014M12=100, NSA. Forecast: 28.7 percent.
Mozambique Food Inflation stands at 27.95 percent. Source: Instituto Nacional De Estatistica, Mozambique. Forecast: 25.5 percent.
Libya Food Inflation latest value is 26.20 percent. Source: Bureau of Statistics and Census Libya. 2003=100. Forecast: 28.34 percent.
Sierra Leone Food Inflation was last reported at 20.90 Index points. Source: Statistics Sierra Leone. 2008=100. Forecast: 20.478 Index points.
The country with highest Food Inflation is South Sudan followed by Venezuela in the second position and Suriname in the third.